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09 - HEIGHT SAFETY

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SafetyLink™ FrogLink

• Rated at 22kN.

• 316 Stainless Steel construction.

• Tested to Australian and New Zealand Standard

AS/NZS 1891.4.

• Designed to suit all roof profiles with a single row of

holes for rivets.

• Energy absorbing anchor.

What am I used for?

An anchor point for use on metal roof profile where access to

timber is difficult. Will arrest from any direction.

Unit of Measure: Each

Order Code: 311844

SafetyLink™ TileLink

• Tested to Australian and New Zealand Standard

AS/NZS 1891.4.

• Designed for use on timber rafters with tiled roof.

• Affords flexible means of attachment to timber.

• No need to cut sarking, eliminating waterproofing issues.

• Discreet design, with only the eyelet protruding from

the roof.

• Rated at 22kN.

• 316 Stainless Steel construction.

What am I used for?

An anchor point designed for use on timber rafters with tiled

roof. Will arrest from any direction.

Unit of Measure: Each

Order Code: 311845

SafetyLink™ Side Mounted RafterLink

• Rated at 22kN.

• Tested to Australian and New Zealand Standard

AS/NZS 1891.4.

• Stainless Steel construction.

• Energy absorbing anchor.

What am I used for?

An anchor point designed for use on timber structures where

there is easy access to the underside of the roof. Installs onto

the side of Rafter.

Unit of Measure: Each

Order Code: 311731

SafetyLink™ SwiveLink

• Stainless Steel construction.

• Rated at 15kN.

• Tested to Australian and New Zealand Standard

AS/NZS 1891.4.

• Energy absorbing anchor.

What am I used for?

An anchor point designed for use in concrete structures. With

the convenience of a swivelling eyebolt.

Unit of Measure: Each

SwiveLink Order Code: 311943

For use in concrete.

Must be chemically fastened.

SwiveLink with Nut Order Code: 311843

For use on steel structures.

Anchor Points

Anchor points play a major role in complimenting static lines when combating the pendulum effect. Also suitable in low risk

applications of infrequent use or where static lines are deemed unsuitable.